“Every problem introduces a person to himself” - John McDonnell
Change is never easy. It introduces us to new problems and challenges that we might not be prepared to face. Each time we encounter a new challenge we get to know ourselves a little better. Learning how we naturally respond to bad experiences allows us to make course corrections when needed. This always starts at the individual level and then spreads to those around us. Learn how to lead yourself and then teach your employees how to do the same.
Cultivate a Winning Attitude
Having a positive attitude not only determines your level of contentment as a business owner, but it also has an impact on how your employees interact with you and each other.
Keep Everything in Perspective
Good management of challenging circumstances leads to positive business growth.
What I know of bad experiences:
Turn bad into good
There are two sides to every coin. If bad exists, so does good. The key is to use “mental gymnastics” to bend our perspectives so we can see each situation in a new way. Only then can we find the good.
Share with your Employees
Any insight, no matter how profound, has value to you unless it is put into action. Make changes based on your new awareness and take action to share these principles with your employees.
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